"A pro-sounding, lyrically-driven, melodic-rock band with hints of neo-classical elements layered onto progressive rock soundscapes. The Multitude aim to fuse an unforgettable musical experience by creating a synergy with diverse audiences, with song-writing that breaks conventions & lyrical barriers and addresses diverse globally-relevant issues"
All things considered, this is one hell of a polished and talented band – tight, on the ball and quite entertaining. If you’re into progressive metal and hard rock with songwriting that addresses very relatable political and social themes, then give The Multitude a try.
- JAY FREEMAN, Divide & Conquer Music
Soaring vocals, chugging guitar, heavy bass and pounding drums along with some more delicate moments make this album an emotional listen. In summary, this is an excellent example of progressive rock/metal and I urge any of my readers, especially those into the heavier side of rock to check this band out.
- OSCAR QUICK, Needs More Cowbell
"The Multitude have an intricate & interesting approach to their music! If you read into their approach, what they are trying to achieve, that surely is a progressive attitude! 100% prog rock!!"
- STEVE GOULD, The Lost Art with Progmeister, Midlands Metalheads Radio
The Multitude looks to make their mark in the Progressive Rock genre with their newest album. The album has a lot to like for fans of the genre and shouldn't be missed!
- From The Depths Entertainment
Genre: #Progressive Rock #Progressive Metal #Prog
The Multitude are:
Ashvin Devasundaram- guitars, backing vocals
Rajeev Ethiraj- drums
Jess Furneaux- guitars
Manel Shakya- bass
Marco Minoia- vocals (live)
Sukhbir Kalsi- vocals (studio)
The Multitude are a 5-piece prog rock/ metal band, based in London UK. The band had its origins in Bangalore- India, where they were known as Infinite Dreams.
Since their relocation to the UK, the band have performed and headlined at several memorable venues in London, including the famous O2 Academy Islington, Hope & Anchor Islington, New Cross Inn, the Lounge- Archway, The Dublin Castle, The Unicorn Camden, The Islington, St Moritz Club and the Enterprise to name a few.
In 2016, the band released a three track EP titled The Globalisation Trilogy, which is available on iTunes, Spotify and various other portals.
In Aug 2018, The Multitude released their much-awaited full-length album Passing Into Time, which is now available on all digital stores worldwide and has been received with stellar reviews.
Since the release of Passing Into Time, The Multitude have received extensive airplay in the UK and US. Some of the shows The Multitude have been featured on are-
-The Prog Rock Tunesday Show on Progrock.com, presented by Bob Prigmore
-The Lost Art Radio Show on Midlands Metalheads Radio mmhradio.co.uk, presented by The Progmeister
-The Prog + Rock show on Beat Route Radio beatrouteradio.co.uk, presented by Bob Prigmore
-Rock Hard Rewind on Radio Ashford 107.1FM radioashford.com, presented by Steve Monk
-The Motherlode on Scotland Rocks Radio scotlandrocksradio.com, presented by Mitch Stevenson
-The Dan Leigh Show on Rock Radio UK rock-radio.co.uk
-NWCZ Radio, Tacoma, Washington
In Aug 2018, The Multitude's track 'Embrace the Lost Horizon' featured on a compilation album- ‘The Wonder of Things to Come- Part 1’, released by Ramshaw Records UK.
2020 onwards, The Multitude are looking to take their music to independent gigging venues and festivals across the UK, Europe and further afield, in support of their album release Passing Into Time. The band are now seeking management.